There’s a common misconception that a wedding with a black tie dress code has to be boring and stuffy. Let’s lay that to rest with a bang and use Emma and David’s colourful community hall wedding as evidence that a black tie dress code can mean plenty of fun, plenty of beauty, plenty of quirkiness and plenty of chants of “best wedding ever!” when guests leave the dance floor!
Kicking off the story of the wedding day is the tale of how the newlyweds met, they tell ,”We went to Boarding School together (David was a few years older than Emma) and she thought he was a bit of a dream boat. We had a brief romance and once that ended we didn’t see each other for 13 years. A random mutual friend realised she knew us both and encouraged Emma to get in touch with him, which she was hesitant about, but once she did we were inseparable.”
Aireys Inlet was chosen for the wedding because of its significance to the couple, who remarked “We decided to get married in Aireys Inlet as Emma’s parents have a holiday house there and we spent a lot of time there in the early part of our relationship. We also holiday there each Christmas so it has a special place in our heart. ”